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Your client is exasperated with what his employees post on social media sites and with having to re-hire Bob despite his negative Facebook posts about management and working conditions. Your client has had it. Despite your many offers to develop a social media policy for his company, your client spontaneously declared at an employee meeting that employees should stop posting anything about work to their social media platforms. Furthermore, if an employee feels they really have something they want to say about work, they should clear the posting with their manager first. This has caused a brouhaha at your client’s place of business, and (not surprisingly) resulted in just the opposite of your client’s intent — employees have posted all sorts of things to social media about work since the staff meeting. Now what?  

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